Google Drive Gets New Card UI Based Interface Changes and More

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  • 22 May 2013
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  • Since the introduction of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google has decided to introduce new changes in terms of the OS and apps interface. Google Now – introduced with Jelly Bean offers a card based UI that the software giant seems to want to implement with most of its apps.


    Google Drive is only one of the apps that has benefited from notable changes announced at Google I/O this year. The app that is slowly turning into one of the most popular available has now benefited from a few changes in terms of UI and not only. Drine for Android now brings a scanner type feature that includes OCR functionality and options for saving in PDF format.

    The main highlight of the new Drive update refers to the interface. It now offers a similar layout to that introduced with Google Now, adapted for use with handling files and documents. It is especially attractive when viewing media content such as photos, that are stacked into two rows with large previews. It is available with the latest version of the app on the Play Store.

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